Alias (2001–2006)
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All the Time in the World 

In the aftermath of the destruction of APO, Sydney, Jack and Vaughn must find a way to stop Irina Derevko and Arvin Sloane from fulfilling the Rambaldi endgame of Armageddon.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Marshall Flinkman
Kelly Peyton
Thomas Grace (credit only)
Julia Di Angelo ...
Young Sydney (as Rachel Fox)


In the aftermath of the destruction of APO and death of Tom Grace, Sydney and Vaughn and the surviving members of APO try to stop Sloane from fulfilling the Rimbaldi endgame when Sloane takes over Prophet Five and acquires two Soviet nuclear missiles to use to bring on destruction to profit on reconstruction. When the team finally captures Peyton, she tells them about Sloane whom is now in Mongolia to find the tomb of Rimbaldi to learn his ultimate secret which is immortality and eternal life. Sydney, Vaughn and Jack arrives, but Jack is fatally wounded by Sark, who slips away, again. Sydney and Vaughn then race the clock to locate Irina Derevko who has been planning with Sloane all this time to bring on Armmagendon with the two stolen missiles. At the same time, Sydney reminisces about her childhood, and how she came to first work at SD-6 and her affiliation with Sloane which led her to the path she's on today. Written by Anonymous

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22 May 2006 (USA)  »

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Sydney Bristow: So that's it. It's the Horizon, isn't it? You shot the man I loved. You betrayed my trust. You risked my daughter's life, all for that.
Irina Derevko: I don't expect you to understand. We're very different, Sydney. You still cling to naive ideals. I learned, at a very young age, the only currency worth anything in this world is power.
Sydney Bristow: And the Horizon gives you that?
Irina Derevko: You've never seen Rambaldi for what he is. You dismissed his work as the labor of a madman. You blind yourself to his true potential. I've spent ...
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8 January 2007 | by See all my reviews

Alias started out with a whole lot of potential. Not a superb cast, but one that grew on you. Alias had an opportunity to really go to at least seven or eight seasons. However, I agree with clickink who said that this was "worst piece of plot-driven, hack, dime store" material used. I am just extremely saddened by the opportunity blown by alias' writers. I mean, I definitely have to give J.J. Abrams props on his performance. But he lost it as he let the story go to such unbelievable places. Maybe this was a learning experience for him, I'm not sure. If You are interested in Alias, pick up season 1,2 and then maybe part of three. But STOP there. After that it's downhill. One is OK. For the most part, Two is pretty good. And then the first part of three is bearable. Overall, Alias is a series I will always remember as a "how not to" do TV. They had some bright moments in Alias, Very Bright, but then they killed it. Hopefully the writers will learn and provide us with some more greater series in the future.

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